Duke the Arapara ram, part of my daughters flock of sheep.
Guest - Sep 15, 2007 05:30 PM EDT
Hi May, My daughter has had him for about a year, he has become friendly because she feeds then sheepnuts, as quite as he is she wouldent turn her back on him, I think she said that the wool is going to a speciality place that deals with only pure wool garments. she has about 22 of these Arapara sheep.
Guest - Sep 15, 2007 12:01 PM EDT
He's a beauty. Do you shear him for spinning yarn? I knew a ram who was bottle fed and grew up, and he got my son against the fence, too. Chester, a Dorset, I think. But when he found he was a boy, he was king.
Guest - Sep 14, 2007 11:04 PM EDT
Tania he is a pet, but not one that you let get to close to you in the paddock, he comes right to the fence to be hand feed, but with the baby so close Ness dosent get into the paddock with him unless Tim is with her, Lucy also know to stay clear of him.
Guest - Sep 14, 2007 10:40 PM EDT
Lorrine what a wonderful set of horns he has. He is a pet?? Im not sure I would want a friendly bunting from him lol.
Guest - Sep 14, 2007 09:34 PM EDT
Thankyou Whittler, my daughters partner is a pro hunter and one of the hunters that came in from USA last year was very keen to shoot this ram, my daughter made it very clear to him not to even think about doing that to her pet ram
Guest - Sep 14, 2007 07:50 PM EDT
WOW!! he's a beauty,he has a great pair of horns,nice shot.
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